Religious Spiritual Human: Qur’an And Transpersonal Psychology Perspective
The purpose of this article is to explore Qur’an's insights about humans, study human conceptions in transpersonal psychology, and find out the spiritual human conceptual frameworks of Qur’an review and transpersonal psychology, and discover the implications of the concept of spiritual-religious people in Islamic education. This article is a descriptive qualitative study using deductive, inductive, reflective, descriptive-analytical, and comparative analysis. The findings of this study are that in the perspective of transpersonal psychology, the human soul is seen as unity between mind, body, consciousness, and spirit. Then a holistic and integralist human concept is found, "religious spiritual man". The development of the concept of the religious-spiritual man is anthropo-religus-centric, namely individuals who have an understanding and awareness of the substance, essence, existence, and purpose of life. Religious spiritual people have whole, healthy, creative, and productive personalities. Humans are individuals who can display the image as abdullah as well as khalifatullah who are believers, mutaqin, muhsin, resignation. The implication of this research is to conceptualize transpersonal psychology as a review of theories that view humans as the center of all wills and centers of all relations and deny the role of religion and the existence of God in the area of paradigm.